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The Music Of Dinos Constantinides

Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall

DCINY presents an evening of Mediterranean-inspired music by Greek composer Dinos Constantinides. Constantinides has written over 250 works, which have been performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. In this concert, faculty members from the Louisiana State University School of Music perform his original compositions.

Program

Piano Concerto No. 2 (Grecian Variations) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra, LRC 261 (2012)
Maria Asteriadou, piano
KU Chamber Players – Peter Isaacson, conductor

Threnos of Creon for English Horn and String Orchestra, LRC 218 (2003)
Johanna Cox Pennington, english horn
KU Chamber Players – Peter Isaacson, conductor

Concerto for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra, LRC 268b (2016)

  1. Reflections – II. Hymn – III. Dance

Esther Waite, flute
Gabriela Werries, harp
KU Chamber Players – Peter Isaacson, conductor

Concertino – Mountains of Epirus for Violin and String Orchestra, LRC 72 (1980 – 2012)

  1. At the Village
  2. Country Fair

Kurt Nikkanen, violin
KU Chamber Players – Peter Isaacson, conductor

INTERMISSION

Reflections II for Voice and Viola, LRC 86a (1982)
Poetry: “How Do I Love Thee?” by Elizabeth Browning
Sandra Moon, soprano
Christopher Lowry, viola

Kaleidoscope Fantasy for Solo Cello, LRC 26 (1981 rev. 2003)
Caio Diniz, cello

Hellenic Dance for Two Violins and Viola, LRC 15b (1970)
Mireille Lopez and Perla Fernandez, violins
Christopher Lowry, viola

Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Orchestra – Piano Version, LRC 275b (2017)

  1. Assemblages
  2. Tender Conversation
  3. Finale

Luis Casal, violin
Isaac Casal, cello|
Maria Asteriadou, piano

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